International Travel Scholarship Application

Directions

Dean Nira Herrmann, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, is pleased to announce that the college will be offering competitive awards for undergraduate International Field Studies courses in Spring 2013.   Selected students will receive a $1,000 grant toward the cost of a Dyson International Field Studies course.

Deadline: November 30, 2012

You will receive a confirmation e-mail after you submit this form

Check all that apply.
I am a Dyson Student (Dyson majors only – Dyson minors do not qualify)
I am applying for a Field Study Award, Spring 2013
I have submitted a current FAFSA application to the Financial Aid Office
I have accrued at Pace a minimum of 12 credits
I have received other awards, scholarships, or financial aid for the purpose of international travel, including Model UN
Check all that apply.
Undergraduate
Combined undergraduate/graduate degree
Other (Pforzheimer Honors College, Honor Society, Dyson Society of Fellows, etc.)
Choose no more than 2 field studies below. You must be registered for the course(s) you select. Awards are granted for specific field studies. Do NOT select course(s) for which you are not registered!
Argentina
Baja, Mexico
Brazil
Greece
Poland and Romania
Rome, Italy
Personal and Contact Information
(you may enter 'Undecided')
(if no minor, leave blank)
(Pace credits earned as of today's date)
(actual or expected graduation date)

Select your QPA as of today’s date.  Applicants with QPA below 2.5 will NOT be considered.

Essay

You must address the following points in order to be considered for a scholarship:

 

  1. How do you anticipate that this international experience will affect your professional, academic and intellectual development (currently or in the future)?
  2. How do you anticipate that this international experience will affect your personal development?
  3. What skills, experience or insights do you think you will bring back to Dyson that will, in turn, enrich your knowledge as a "global citizen?"
  4. Be sure to include your field study destination - city and country - and your reasons for wanting to travel there in your essay
  5. Please inform us of any extracurricular activities (academic, professional, or voluntary) which are not apparent from your academic records.
  6. Please let us know of any financial circumstances that you or your family has encountered which may not be apparent from your FAFSA.